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5) the not very creative Neighborhood of Make Believe.  Did you people never watch Mr Rogers?

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5) the not very creative Neighborhood of Make Believe.  Did you people never watch Mr Rogers?

I tuned out when the train departed for Creepyland. 

 

“When your best friend is the son of God, you get tired of losing every argument.”

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Answers to Monday, April 15, 2024

1. In 2019, Reuters deleted a tweet where they referred to what actor — who can currently be seen in the recently released film “Civil War” — as being best known for playing “Spider-Man's girlfriend,” which many readers found demeaning to her body of work?

Kirsten Dunst

2. Don Rickles was the voice of what toy, modeled after a member of the genus Solanum, in the “Toy Story” series?

Mr. Potato Head

3. Dole Street in Manoa passes through the main campus of a public university located in which U.S. state?

Hawai'i
(The University of Hawai'i)

4. In 2001, the ITTF officially declared that games would no longer be played to 21, and would stop at 11 instead. What does "ITTF" stand for?

International Table Tennis Federation

5. What is the name of the fictional puppet kingdom that Fred Rogers created for “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood”?

The Neighborhood of Make-Believe


   
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1. When you add vodka to an Arnold Palmer, a drink consisting of lemonade and iced tea, you've got a cocktail named after what wild golfer?

2. Before he hosted “The Price is Right,” Bob Barker hosted what other game show, whose name can still be found on a map of New Mexico?

3. Award-winning journalist Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne Boggs Roberts was best known by what pen name, which was a nickname first used by her 3-year-old brother who couldn’t pronounce “Corinne”?

4. In 1701, a French explorer named Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac founded a trading post on a river about 20 miles north of Lake Erie. He named it Fort Pontchartrain. What city do we call it today?

5. In what country would you find the Reno, Tiber, and Po rivers?


   
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1: John Daly

5: Italy

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2. Truth and Consequences

5. Italy

 

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2. Truth OR Consequences


   
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3. Cokie Roberts 


   
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4.  Detroit?  

“When your best friend is the son of God, you get tired of losing every argument.”

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Answers to Tuesday, April 16, 2024

1. When you add vodka to an Arnold Palmer, a drink consisting of lemonade and iced tea, you've got a cocktail named after what wild golfer?

John Daly

2. Before he hosted “The Price is Right,” Bob Barker hosted what other game show, whose name can still be found on a map of New Mexico?

“Truth or Consequences”

3. Award-winning journalist Mary Martha Corinne Morrison Claiborne Boggs Roberts was best known by what pen name, which was a nickname first used by her 3-year-old brother who couldn’t pronounce “Corinne”?

Cokie Roberts

4. In 1701, a French explorer named Antoine de la Mothe Cadillac founded a trading post on a river about 20 miles north of Lake Erie. He named it Fort Pontchartrain. What city do we call it today?

Detroit

5. In what country would you find the Reno, Tiber and Po rivers?

Italy


   
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1. What fictional character’s name derives from the fact that she slept in a fireplace?

2. In 1812, a man named Johann David Wyss wrote a book intended to teach his children self-reliance and Christian morals. It was inspired by Daniel Defoe, and Jules Verne considered it to be one of his favorites. Name that book!

3. Hall of Fame pitchers Robert Grove, Vernon Gomez, and Steve Carlton were all known by what nickname?

4. Food historians believe the chicken wing trend in the U.S can be traced back to the years 1991 through 1994. What happened every January during those four years that helped launch the wing craze?

5. The Rod of Asclepius — which features one snake — is often confused with the caduceus — which features two snakes — when it comes to representing what field of study?


   
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3.  Lefty

4.  Buffalo Bills playing in the Super Bowl

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5. Medicine


   
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2) Swiss Family Robinson... One of my favorite movies as a kid. 

Keep your stick on the ice...


   
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2) Swiss Family Robinson... One of my favorite movies as a kid. 

 

Still one of my favorite movies.

 


   
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1. Cinderella?

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3.  Lefty

4.  Buffalo Bills playing in the Super Bowl

4. Buffalo Bills losing in the Super Bowl 😆

 


   
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3.  Lefty

4.  Buffalo Bills playing in the Super Bowl

4. Buffalo Bills losing in the Super Bowl 😆

 

Vikings fans can't really talk trash about that. 😉 

 

When you tell somebody somethin', it depends on what part of the United States you're standin' in... as to just how dumb you are.


   
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Answers to Wednesday, April 17, 2024

1. What fictional character’s name derives from the fact that she slept in a fireplace?

Cinderella

2. In 1812, a man named Johann David Wyss wrote a book intended to teach his children self-reliance and Christian morals. It was inspired by Daniel Defoe, and Jules Verne considered it to be one of his favorites. Name that book!

“The Swiss Family Robinson”

3. Hall of Fame pitchers Robert Grove, Vernon Gomez, and Steve Carlton were all known by what nickname?

Lefty

4. Food historians believe the chicken wing trend in the U.S can be traced back to the years 1991 through 1994. What happened every January during those four years that helped launch the wing craze?

The Buffalo Bills played in the Super Bowl

5. The Rod of Asclepius — which features one snake — is often confused with the caduceus — which features two snakes — when it comes to representing what field of study?

Medicine


   
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Good Chives Only: April 14 was National Gardening Day. All answers this round will also be the name of tools and other things found in a garden.

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1. Tim Keck and Christopher Johnson launched what weekly newspaper in 1988, and then launched a website in 1996 after their article “Clinton Deploys Vowels to Bosnia” was widely plagiarized online?

2. What fashion designer, who passed away in 2018 and was known for her handbags, was also the aunt of actor Rachel Brosnahan?

3. What type of facility can you find in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Denver, and West Point, but nowhere else in the U.S.?

4. What Condé Nast-owned online music magazine was started by a Minneapolis teenager in 1996, and has been credited with launching the careers of Bon Iver and Arcade Fire, among others?

5. “Are we supposed to know who that is?” and “Yeah, like, is he from a local commercial?” are lines from a 2016 “Saturday Night Live” sketch about what Tom Hanks character?


   
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1 The Onion

3 US Mint

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2.  Kate Spade (who is also David Spade’s sister-in-law)


   
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5. David S. Pumpkins!


   
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4) Pitchfork.  

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Answers to Thursday, April 18, 2024

Good Chives Only: April 14 was National Gardening Day. All answers this round will also be the name of tools and other things found in a garden.

1. Tim Keck and Christopher Johnson launched what weekly newspaper in 1988, and then launched a website in 1996 after their article “Clinton Deploys Vowels to Bosnia” was widely plagiarized online?

The Onion

2. What fashion designer, who passed away in 2018 and was known for her handbags, was also the aunt of actor Rachel Brosnahan?

Kate Spade

3. What type of facility can you find in Philadelphia, San Francisco, Denver, and West Point, but nowhere else in the U.S.?

A Mint

4. What Condé Nast-owned online music magazine was started by a Minneapolis teenager in 1996, and has been credited with launching the careers of Bon Iver and Arcade Fire, among others?

Pitchfork

5. “Are we supposed to know who that is?” and “Yeah, like, is he from a local commercial?” are lines from a 2016 “Saturday Night Live” sketch about what Tom Hanks character?

David S. Pumpkins


   
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Questions for
Friday, April 19, 2024

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1. Quit While You’re Ahead: An island whose land is divided by an international border, and therefore shared by two or more countries, is called a “divided island.” There are five divided islands in the world with a population above 2 million people. Name as many of those islands (not countries!) as you can for one point each. Zero points total if you get any wrong.

2. Indira Gandhi was India's first woman prime minister, as well as the daughter of India's first prime minister. What was his name?

3. What cultural icon, who turns 80 later this year, pulled triple duty for the 1996 film "Matilda": producing, directing, and acting as the title character’s father, not to mention narrating?

4. The Arctic BLANK migrates further than any other bird on Earth, flying from the Arctic to the Antarctic every year. Fill in that blank.

5. Today is April 19. On this day in 2005, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was elected to succeed Pope John Paul II, who had died two weeks earlier. What papal name did Ratzinger take?


   
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5: Benedict XVI

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2. Jawaharlal Nehru

5. Benedict

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1. Hispaniola?


   
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1. Hispaniola?

New Guinea, Borneo

 

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4.  Tern

(CC to @youngeagle - Apparently I was listening at some point 🤣 when your uncle Kevin chirped on and on and on about birds....)

“When your best friend is the son of God, you get tired of losing every argument.”

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1. Hispaniola?

New Guinea, Borneo

 

Ireland (Eire) & Britain (England/Wales/Scotland) ??

 

“When your best friend is the son of God, you get tired of losing every argument.”

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Ireland (Eire) & Britain (England/Wales/Scotland) ??

Timor

 

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3. Danny DeVito


   
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Posted by: @matt

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3.  Lefty

4.  Buffalo Bills playing in the Super Bowl

4. Buffalo Bills losing in the Super Bowl 😆

 

Vikings fans can't really talk trash about that. 😉 

 

I was just answering the trivia question 😉

 


   
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Answers to Friday, April 19, 2024

1. Quit While You’re Ahead: An island whose land is divided by an international border, and therefore shared by two or more countries, is called a “divided island.” There are five divided islands in the world with a population above 2 million people. Name as many of those islands (not countries!) as you can for one point each. Zero points total if you get any wrong.

Borneo, Hispaniola, Ireland, New Guinea, Timor

2. Indira Gandhi was India's first woman prime minister, as well as the daughter of India's first prime minister. What was his name?

Jawaharlal Nehru

3. What cultural icon, who turns 80 later this year, pulled triple duty for the 1996 film "Matilda": producing, directing, and acting as the title character’s father, not to mention narrating?

Danny DeVito

4. The Arctic BLANK migrates further than any other bird on Earth, flying from the Arctic to the Antarctic every year. Fill in that blank.

Tern

5. Today is April 19. On this day in 2005, Cardinal Joseph Ratzinger was elected to succeed Pope John Paul II, who had died two weeks earlier. What papal name did Ratzinger take?

Benedict XVI


   
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1. Michelle Buteau is the host of the U.S. version of what Netflix reality show that is currently in its sixth season, whose tagline is “Be Whoever it Takes to Win”?

2. What dish — whose name was first recorded in 1725 — is made with toasted bread and cheese, and not, as its name would imply, any lagomorphs?

3. Three people named People magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” are no longer alive: Sean Connery, Patrick Swayze, and the son of which U.S. president?

4. What California jazz pianist is best remembered today for his work on the television adaptations of "Peanuts," including composing the soundtrack to "A Charlie Brown Christmas"?

5. What astronomical city’s official nickname is “Space City,” though it has also been known as “The Big Heart” since 2005?


   
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2: Welsh Rabbit

4: Vince Guaraldi

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3. John F. Kennedy

 

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5. Houston, TX


   
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1. The Circle 

I only know this b/c it keeps getting suggested to me due to me liking the movie of the same name (which is really good)

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Answers to Monday, April 22, 2024

1. Michelle Buteau is the host of the U.S. version of what Netflix reality show that is currently in its sixth season, whose tagline is “Be Whoever it Takes to Win”?

“The Circle”

2. What dish — whose name was first recorded in 1725 — is made with toasted bread and cheese, and not, as its name would imply, any lagomorphs?

Welsh rabbit (or Welsh rarebit)

3. Three people named People magazine’s “Sexiest Man Alive” are no longer alive: Sean Connery, Patrick Swayze, and the son of which U.S. president?

John F. Kennedy
(John F. Kennedy Jr.)

4. What California jazz pianist is best remembered today for his work on the television adaptations of "Peanuts," including composing the soundtrack to "A Charlie Brown Christmas"?

Vince Guaraldi

5. What astronomical city’s official nickname is “Space City,” though it has also been known as “The Big Heart” since 2005?

Houston
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1. A scoliometer is used to measure the curvature of what part of the body?

2. “17 Miracles,” “The Best Two Years,” and “Saturday’s Warrior” are among the highest-grossing examples of “Mollywood” cinema, an industry based in what U.S. city?

3. On which of the world’s continents will you find the inland taipan — by far the most venomous snake in the world?

4. The first international Disney theme park opened in April of 1983 just outside of what capital city?

5. In 1979, the compact disc was introduced to the public. It was co-developed by Sony and what Dutch electronics company, which also developed the cassette tape, and today is among the world’s leading manufacturers of lightbulbs?


   
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3. Australia.  It’s also known as the fierce snake


   
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1.  Spine  ?

3.  Australia.  If it can kill you it's almost always there.  🤣 

 

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1. Spine

2. Paris? Nope

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4. Tokyo


   
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4: Tokyo

5: Phillips  (I was today years old when I found out Phillips is a Dutch company...)

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2. Provo, UT?


   
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Answers to Tuesday, April 23, 2024

1. A scoliometer is used to measure the curvature of what part of the body?

Spine

2. “17 Miracles,” “The Best Two Years,” and “Saturday’s Warrior” are among the highest-grossing examples of “Mollywood” cinema, an industry based in what U.S. city?

Salt Lake City
(“Mormon Hollywood”)

3. On which of the world’s continents will you find the inland taipan — by far the most venomous snake in the world?

Australia

4. The first international Disney theme park opened in April of 1983 just outside of what capital city?

Tokyo

5. In 1979, the compact disc was introduced to the public. It was co-developed by Sony and what Dutch electronics company, which also developed the cassette tape, and today is among the world’s leading manufacturers of lightbulbs?

Philips


   
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